Leaders from GVSU, Corewell Health celebrate inaugural cohort of scholars

April 10, 2023

One year ago, both institutions created unique program to combat nursing shortage.

KCON Graduate sets eyes on nursing career early with focus to help community

December 6, 2022

When Alejandra Salinas was young, she did not see a lot of nurses who looked like her. During high school, she made a commitment to herself to pursue that career and help her Hispanic community.

KCON's Mike Stoll Receives Prestigious Outstanding Academic Advising and Student Services Award

April 22, 2022

Mike Stoll, Senior Academic Advisor in the Kirkhof College of Nursing, is the recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Academic Advising and Student Services Award from the Grand Valley State University Office of the Provost.

BHSH System and GVSU break new ground to tackle nursing shortage

April 12, 2022

Leaders have announced the creation of the BHSH Spectrum Health West Michigan Nurse Scholar program.

GVSU Student Nurses' Association receives Stellar School Chapter Recognition

April 6, 2022

The Grand Valley State University Student Nurses�Association (SNA) received a renewal of the National Student Nurses�Association designation as an NSNA Stellar School Chapter.

Simulation provides experience for nursing, Spanish language students

February 22, 2022

The simulation teamed students in a Spanish for Health Professionals class with those in an upper-level nursing class and a standardized patient trained to speak only Spanish.

Nursing Faculty Receive 2022 GVSU Teaching Awards

February 11, 2022

Congratulations to Kirkhof College of Nursing faculty, Dr. Barb Hooper and Dr. Susan Strouse, who received Grand Valley State University-wide recognition for their outstanding teaching.

Honoring the Legacy of Dr. Deborah Bambini

February 11, 2022

The Kirkhof College of Nursing (KCON) lost a beloved colleague and friend on February 4th t to a brief cancer illness. Dr. Deborah Bambini became an Emeritus faculty last November with her retirement after working at KCON for more than 25 years.

GVSU researchers find more women than men keep leftover pain medications at home

February 3, 2022

More women than men in Michigan were prescribed pain medication and tend to keep any leftover medications in their homes, according to a health trend report from faculty researchers.

Faculty will discuss health trends, impact of pandemic during annual Health Check report

January 25, 2022

Seidman College of Business faculty members and health care leaders will discuss health trends and the impact of COVID-19 during the 13th annual West Michigan Health Care Economic Forecast on Thursday, February 3.

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